The Bald Eagle has been the national bird (emblem) of the United States since 1782. You can see this in many government institutions, presidents flag, official documents and billions of one dollar bills etc.

Bald Eagle:

The bald eagle with white head and white tail feathers. These regal birds aren’t really bald, but their white-feathered heads gleam in contrast to their chocolate-brown body and wings. Bald eagles are powerful, that may weigh 10 to 14 pounds and have a wingspan of 6 to 8 feet. The average life span of a bird is up to 28 years. they live near rivers, lakes. reservoirs and coasts, where they can fish.

These powerful birds of prey use their talons to fish, but they get many of their meals by scavenging carrion or stealing the kills of other animals. Bald eagles mate for life, but when one dies, the survivor will not hesitate to accept a new mate. During breeding season. They Choose the tops of large trees to build nests, which they typically use and enlarge each year. 

The bald eagles are typically lay one to three eggs once a year, and they hatch after about 35 days. At least one parent remains with young almost constantly for first 14 days. Both parents bring prey to nest, tearing food into small pieces and feeding it directly to young at first; after 3-6 weeks, young begin pecking at food dropped in nest.

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